The Council for the Development of Cambodia has approved 13 investment projects since October.
Twenty families protested to demand a private company stop blocking access to their homes.
Nearly 5,000 employees of the You Li International factory return after protesting.
Svay Rieng Court charges a farmer with murder over the axe killing of his brother-in-law.
The Foreign Affairs Minister writes to the the Hague to ask for assistance clearing bombs.
The Cambodian Mine Action Authority (CMAA) has called on the United States.
A total of 96 people, including 67 women, seek medical treatment for suspected exposure to chemical bombs.
Prime Minister Hun Sen condemns a US Embassy statement on chemical bombs found in Svay Rieng province, describing it as an “insult” to Cambodians and a distortion of facts.
The Svay Rieng provincial health department permanently closes a private clinic after the owner oversteps limitations on treatment.
Three villagers exposed to a chemical bomb in Svay Rieng province’s Korki commune have returned to hospital for further treatment after being discharged.
Bomb disposal experts have found another chemical bomb in Korki commune after villagers reported yet another barrel bomb.
Another chemical bomb is discovered in Svay Rieng as officials work to remove two others.
One chemical bomb is unearthed by an expert team from the Cambodian Mine Action Centre.
Experts dig to about one metre into the ground to uncover the first of two bombs.
More than 800 villagers are evacuated as experts work to excavate barrel bombs.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre and chemical weapons experts begin removing two Vietnam War-era bombs.
At least five people are injured and two houses are badly damaged due to heavy rains.
Sar Hun recalls seeing all manner of US planes and helicopters in the sky from the 1968 to 1975, when America dropped thousands of bombs on Cambodia.
The Ministry of Defence holds an emergency meeting over two tear gas barrel bombs.
Two Indonesian tourists and one Vietnamese man are under arrest for drug use and trafficking.